When I look at primitive doll faces I can't help but melt. They are so darn cute. I was first introduced to primitive dolls many years ago during a shopping trip to Sturbridge with my mother. In one of the crafts stores we liked to visit I was looking at a box filled with patterns and just started laughing my head off. Of course, my mother asked, "what's so funny?" So, I showed her the pattern I was looking at and she burst out laughing, too. It was for a primitive cloth doll which was so ugly it was actually beautiful. So there we were - two grown women standing in the middle of a store laughing our heads off.
As I scanned through the box I found other patterns for primitive dolls that were just as ugly and just as beautiful. So, of course, I bought a few and could hardly wait to get them home so I could make them. And, make them I did. I was definitely smitten with primitive dolls.
So, when Pinterest came along I was thrilled. I could store all the free primitve doll tutorials, patterns, and how-to's I found on my Pinterest board and get rid of all my piles. Yippee!
I fell in love with primitives, Raggedy Anne and Raggedy Andy, rag dolls and folk-art dolls over a decade ago. If you would like to learn how to make them I hope you find the tutorials, patterns, articles, projects, and how-to's helpful.
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Happy cloth doll making.
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